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Fertility treatments (IVF, IUI, ICSI)
Trying to conceive
Hormone replacement therapy
Proactive about health
20,000+ semen analyses performed
Standard Semen Analysis
A comprehensive semen analysis that tests the same key metrics of sperm health as a clinic.
As low as $33/month
Advanced Semen Analysis
Our most in-depth analysis for those who are struggling with infertility, miscarriage, or failed IVF cycles.
As low as $50/month
Get science-backed info on freezing your best sperm — and the option to speak with a client advisor, free.
Cost of semen analysis
Cost of sperm freezing
Wait time for test
2 business days
Results after test
5 key parameters **
Same as Legacy
DNA fragmentationanalysis +$295STI testing +$150
DNA fragmentationanalysis +$500STI testing +$350
* This includes the initial appointment, analysis, and the follow-up appointment to understand the results
** Semen volume, sperm concentration, sperm motility, total motile sperm count, sperm morphology
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No waiting for an appointment
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KEY FERTILITY FACTORS
Semen plays a crucial role in carrying sperm through the reproductive tract. Producing the right amount means giving sperm the best chance at reaching the egg for fertilization.
Higher numbers of sperm improve your chances of conception, naturally and via fertility treatments.
Sperm concentration is the number of sperm per milliliter of semen. This number helps us compare your sample to others.
In order to fertilize an egg, your sperm must be “swimming.” Many at-home sperm count tests don’t include this essential metric, one of the most important factors in your fertility.
A sperm’s structure affects its ability to reach and fertilize an egg. Abnormalities may indicate poor sperm development or genetic issues.
Devon from CA
Undergoing medical treatment
“I was about to start testosterone replacement therapy and realized a week before that I should freeze my sperm in case my fertility doesn’t come back. I purchased the For Tomorrow bundle and received my kit in less than 48 hours and had my results back the next day.”
Alex from TX
Proactive about fertility
“I chose to freeze my sperm to simply have peace of mind, even though I wasn’t in a relationship. Fast forward a few years, I’m so glad I did. We have to undergo IVF and we used my younger, healthier sperm. I was proud of my younger self. She’ll be born in December!”
Two days for the Legacy kit to arrive at your door. Three hours for us to pick it up when you’re ready.
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The most rigorous, clinical sperm analysis available, delivered securely to you online in just two days.
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Your frozen sperm will be split between in 2 separate CLIA-registered labs for risk-free storage.
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Sperm testing is a type of laboratory testing that assesses male fertility. The cornerstone male fertility test is a semen analysis, which measures how many sperm you have (sperm count/concentration), how your sperm are moving (sperm motility), and how your sperm are shaped (sperm morphology).
Advanced semen testing includes sperm DNA fragmentation analysis, which measures how many of your sperm contain damaged or abnormal DNA.
You should consider sperm analysis if:
You are trying to conceive.
If you and your partner have been having unprotected sex for 6–12 months and haven’t yet gotten pregnant, semen analysis is a first-line test to help diagnosis or rule out male fertility issues. Doing sperm testing early on in the process of trying to conceive can help you avoid costly and unnecessary tests or treatments down the line.
You hope to proactively improve fertility.
Even if you’re not trying to conceive right now, you may want to proactively assess — and address — sperm health issues. Because sperm take about 72 days to produce, it will take at least 2–3 months for any lifestyle changes you make to have a measurable impact on your sperm health. Sperm testing in advance can help ensure that, by the time you’re ready to start a family, your sperm is in its best possible shape.
You plan to freeze your sperm.
If you’re freezing your sperm for the future — whether because you’re about to undergo cancer treatment or because you simply want to preserve your sperm at its youngest, healthiest state — sperm testing is crucial. You’ll want to ensure your sperm is healthy and fertile before freezing.
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You need semen testing after a vasectomy or vasectomy reversal.
If you have a vasectomy for long-term birth control, it’s recommended that you get a semen analysis around 12 weeks after the procedure, to confirm the vasectomy has worked as intended. Similarly, if you have surgery to reverse a previous vasectomy, sperm testing every month for 12 months is recommended to ensure sperm quality, count, and motility is recovering normally.
Legacy’s mail-in semen testing kit makes it simple
Legacy’s at-home sperm testing kit uses a state-of-the-art transport media, a buffer solution that preserves the quality of the sample for overnight shipping. The transport media maintains the health of your sperm for up to 48 hours. There is a very slight decline in sperm motility (about 10%) expected when using at-home sperm analysis kits.
At-home sperm testing has been scientifically validated to be an accurate representation of your overall semen quality. Results with mail-in analysis kits closely correlate with results from conventional, in-person semen analysis.
A sperm count test looks only at sperm count and concentration. Many at-home options are limited to these metrics — but a high sperm count isn’t necessarily helpful if your sperm quality is abnormally low. Legacy’s semen testing kit looks at all of the key metrics for sperm health, including sperm motility (how well sperm are moving) and sperm morphology (how many sperm have the proper size and shape).
You do not need a doctor’s note, prescription, or requisition to order a Legacy kit. All too often, male fertility isn’t tested at all until a couple has been trying for 12 months, even though many sperm health issues can be fixed with simple lifestyle changes. We’ve put the power of proactive testing and data in your hands.
At a conventional lab or clinic, the cost of a sperm analysis is typically around $250–500, and sperm DNA fragmentation testing may be an additional $500 or more.
A comprehensive semen analysis with Legacy costs $375, or can be combined with sperm DNA fragmentation analysis for $590.
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Yes, Legacy’s services — including sperm testing and freezing — are covered by some insurance and employer benefit plans.
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You could get your results in as little as a week with Legacy. Once you order, we provide free express shipping to your door, plus free overnight shipping back to our lab. Your analysis is performed immediately upon arrival, and results are available in 1–2 business days.
Yes, Legacy’s For Today semen analysis is perfect for sperm testing after vasectomy. We recommend that vasectomy patients do a semen test 12 weeks after their procedure to ensure it was effective.
Legacy’s For Today sperm analysis is an excellent choice for those who are hoping to restore their fertility post-vasectomy reversal. We recommend that vasectomy reversal patients test their sperm once a month for 12 months to monitor the recovery of their sperm count and quality.